Fermata’s fall concert features student compositions ranging from atonality to new age to jazz fusion to free improvisation to people standing in the audience holding metronomes. Please come support student music makers! Admission is free.
Brown University students enrolled in the Building Musical Instruments course (MUSC 1240i) showcase their creations on Friday December 14 at 7pm in Granoff Center, Studio 1. Come hear and observe unique acoustic, analog, and digital instruments making experimental sound and new music. Admission is free and open to the public
Tweak 2018 is a performance of new music created in the Advanced Studio Techniques course (MUSC 1260). This public listening session showcases work by: Nicole Cochary, Daniel Davis, Paul Davis, William Eichler, Andrew Giurleo, Richard Hage, Joseph Keenan, Max Luebbers, Yean Luk, Zuriel Mbonde, Joanna Podias, Alexander Randaccio, Taylor Riner, Lindsay Sack, Rachel Tandon, Brendan Walsh, Drew Wendel, and Lily Wright. Admission is free and open to the public.
Brown University and RISD students in the fall semester Sound Art course share traces of their practice-led research. Expect an array of different explorations involving sound and listening: site-specificity, identity, memory, trauma, space, embodied knowledge, intimacy, transcription, inscription, immersion, simulation, nostalgia, and lots lots more!
Meet in Studio 1. The performance component of the event will start at 6PM. Admission is free and open to the public.
Soak: Who I Am Is What I Make – Analysis on Dialogue between Life and Art Dissertation Defense by Akiko Hatakeyama
Soak: Who I Am Is What I Make – Analysis on Dialogue between Life and Art
Dissertation Defense by Akiko Hatakeyama
Wednesday, December 12
9 am - 12 noon
Granoff Center, Studio2 (Room N420)
The Department of Music Diversity & Inclusion Committee hosts a public forum for members of the Brown community. The forum will include a discussion about Music syllabi as well as other topics. Lunch provided (pizza and cookies).
A final concert by Brown University students in the Digital Performance course. Location: Grant Recital Hall. Admission is free and open to the public. The program features works by:
Shane Des Enfants
A performance by Brown students in the Applied Music Program (AMP) piano performance course. Program details to come soon. Admission is free and open to the public.
Frederick Jodry leads the Chorus, a chamber orchestra, and soloists in a performance of Handel’s Messiah (The Christmas Portion). Tickets on sale online until Friday, December 7, 4pm. Tickets may also be purchased at the door the night of the concert (subject to availability).
About the Chorus
A performance of Ghanaian traditional music and dance featuring guest dancer Kwabena Boateng & members of the Ghanaian Drumming Ensemble, Kwaku Kwaakye Obeng, director. This event is free and open to the public.
To request special services, accommodations, or assistance for this event, please contact Lauren Bitsoli [401-863-3234] as far in advance of the event as possible.
A concert by Brown University students from the Jazz Band performance course. Admission is free and open to the public.
A recital by Brown University students from the Applied Music Program performance course. Admission is free and open to the public.
A performance by Brown students in the Applied Music Program (AMP) and Chamber Music performance courses. Program details below. Admission is free and open to the public.